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HIGH on ADVENTURE
NOVEMBER/DECEMBER 2022, OUR 26TH YEAR

A bi-monthly adventure travel magazine
by a Pacific Northwest consortium of journalists/photographers.

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FEATURED TRAVEL STORIES FOR NOVEMBER/DECEMBER 2022

Lynn Rosen, Content Editor; Steve Giordano, Web Editor

 
   
  Anthony Lorubbio with his mouth taped shut  

RUNNING WITH YOUR MOUTH SHUT
Breathwork Instructor Trains for Nasal Marathon
by Steve Giordano


Anthony Lorubbio is an Oxygen Advantage breathwork instructor. He has learned techniques to train his body to run nasally.

 
         
  Bristleone pine trunk  

OLDER THAN METHUSELAH
Visiting the Bristlecone Ancients in the Great Basin, by Lee Juillerat

It is said that the Biblical figure Methuselah lived 969 years, the longest lifespan of all figures in the Bible. Impressive. But he was just a youngster compared to the Great Basin bristlecone pine trees in the White Mountains of Eastern California.



         
  Larry Turner chilling in a hot pool  

AUTUMN BACKROADS: Oregon to Montana by Larry Turner

In the camper shell and in my pickup backseat, I packed my camping gear, fly fishing gear, food and drink, warm clothes, a small library of books and some other accessories, and off I went into the autumn blue highways of life.

 
         
  Broadmoor chocolate chip cookies  

COLORADO SPRINGS CHOCOLATE AT THE BROADMOOR, by Yvette Cardozo

This year, The Broadmore ordered three tons (yes...TONS) of chocolate, mostly from the Dominican Republic but also Madascar and other spots along Ivory coast of Africa.

 
         
  Timothy Pilgrim poet  

ADVENTURE POEM by Timothy Pilgrim Adventure Poet Laureate

Viral in Norway
City street, fine brasserie, slip inside,
find a seat. Shake piled snow

off cuckold. Sip Pernod,

study the menu, name its font.

 
         
  Woman on Chirp wheel  

CHIRP AND FACTORFIVE: Muscles and Skin
by Lynn Rosen


During the winter season, our muscles and skin need some special attention to stay vital, healthy, rejuvenated and nourished. Consider two new approaches to help solve aching, under- or over-used, stiff muscles, and chapped, aging, dry skin.